Cloth Face Coverings
The CDC and the Rhode Island Department of Health are recommending everyone wear a cloth face covering when in public settings such as grocery stores and pharmacies in order to prevent community transmission on COVID-19. A cloth face covering can be a sewn face mask or made from household items such as a cotton t-shirt, bandana or scarf. Whatever you use, it is important that your cloth face covering cover your nose and mouth. Cloth face coverings should be washed after each use, or at least once a day.
Use the following link to the CDC website for more guidance on cloth face coverings: